Volkswagen Polo

Volkswagen Polo

The environmentally-friendly Polo BlueMotion is on duty at the ECHO award ceremony. When the German music awards are presented in Berlin on March 25, 2007 artists including international top stars such as Simply Red will drive up to the red carpet in the extremely low-emission version of the Polo. Volkswagen is thus making a clear gesture in support of environmental protection. Volkswagen is providing 50 Polo BlueMotion for the shuttle service at the ECHO award ceremony. The vehicles are (...)
Volkswagen is mobilizing one of the most environmentally-friendly cars in the world to be used as shuttles for the Geneva Motor Show starting tomorrow: the Polo BlueMotion. The successful best-seller – production volume has tripled since being introduced in mid-2006 – gets by on only 3.9 liters of diesel over 100 kilometers. Its CO2 emissions are only 102 g/km. That’s nearly a magical number in the context of current discussions on global warming. For this reason, exactly 102 Polo BlueMotions (...)
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Europe’s most economical five-seat automobile, the Polo BlueMotion, is on course for success across the continent. More and more importers are eager to introduce the Polo BlueMotion to their markets, with even a right-hand-drive version in the pipeline for British buyers. The Polo BlueMotion concept – to combine driving pleasure and fuel economy with minimum-margin vehicle pricing – has proven extremely successful in these times of constantly rising fuel prices in Europe. To satisfy the (...)
The Volkswagen Polo Volkswagen Polo is sold out for 2006. A Volkswagen Volkswagen spokeman said that: "depending upon equipment a Polo can be supplied only again in January or February". The automaker said that the high demand was in particular for the special model "Goal". According to data of the motor vehicle federal office the Polo was in the first nine months with 56.000 sold new vehicles and a market share of 12,7% after Ford Fiesta’s (10,1) and the Opel Opel Corsa (9,7) the usually-sold small car of (...)
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As the small car becomes less of a convenience and more of a necessity to help alleviate the strain of fuel costs and congested roads, a number of events have transpired: more buyers means more competition, and in the last two years the venerable small car with its basic features and meager interior space is now packed with extras that were once the domain of much larger cars.

Volkswagen is bettering its previous offer. The popular special edition Goal models for the Polo, Golf and Golf Plus have an attractive successor – the Tour. The fully equipped all-rounder is a cut above its prematurely sold-out predecessor and once again offers a price advantage of up to €1,093 for the Polo and €1,055 for the Golf. And to really enjoy the new car, a free day’s holiday from the travel agents TUI is also thrown in.

The Volkswagen Polo is now available with a six-speed automatic gearbox - the first vehicle in its class to offer this level of comfort and convenience. In conjunction with the new 77 kW / 105 hp 1.6-litre petrol engine, the gearbox gives the Polo the characteristics of a mid-class vehicle in the small vehicle segment. The Polo is one of the most successful and versatile small cars in Europe. It has once again raised the bar with the new engine/gearbox combination and is the first vehicle (...)

The new Polo BlueMotion is the most economical car of its class in Europe. Average fuel consumption of the 5-seater: 3.9 liter/100 km. On the highway it consumes just 3.2 liter. Either way: With fuel consumption of under 4.0 liter per 100 km this Volkswagen saves cash at the fuel pump: 100 kilometers of driving costs on average 4.45 Euro*. And: Its 45 liter fuel tank capacity combined with 3.9 liters per 100 kilometers yields a theoretical driving range of greater than 1,150 kilometers. And that is why it still holds true that the Polo BlueMotion drives and drives and drives...

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With immediate effect, Volkswagen is expanding the range of Germany’s favourite small car by producing the Polo TDI in three different output versions, each with diesel particulate filter (DPF). Costing 575 euro($733), the DPF is available for the 1.4 TDI with 68 hp and 79 hp, and for the 1.9 TDI with 99 hp. Volkswagen is thus making even more eco-friendly versions of its successful diesel engines available in the Polo class. Volkswagen has consistently expanded the availability of this (...)

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